Fuel and airbag issues spark Toyota recall

Toyota recall some 72,885 UK cars as part of a global recall of more than three million vehicles to fix two potential faults.

Protected: Toyota opens the door on the new C-HR

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Protected: Toyota endures Le Mans heartbreak

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Toyota top at Touring Cars’ fastest track

The Toyota Avensis of Tom Ingram will take the early advantage into the BTCC race at Thruxton after topping qualifying for the third meeting of the season.

Five-star Prius pioneers new safety test

Industry safety specialist Euro NCAP has performed its first test of Autonomous Emergency Braking technology, on the Toyota Prius.

Audi’s sports race loss is Porsche’s gain

Porsche has been declared the winner of the opening round of the World Endurance Championship after the Audi that finished first at Silverstone was excluded. The Audi R18 e-tron quattro of Andre Lotterer, Benoit Treluyer and Marcel Fassler had triumphed in a dramatic Sllverstone Six Hours race, regarded as a warm-up for the famed Le Mans 24hrs in June. But in post-race scrutineering the winning Au...

Ingram’s Toyota dominates BTCC opener

Toyota has taken first blood in the 2016 British Touring Car Championship after Tom Ingram dominated the opening round of the series at Brands Hatch. The win, from pole position, was both the first for Ingram and his Speedworks Motorsports team, the 22 year-old starting his third year in the series and driving an example of the Toyota Avensis that launched the BTCC’s current NGTC regulations back ...

Ingram’s Toyota heads BTCC grid

Toyota will be on pole position for the opening round of Britain’s biggest motorsport series, the British Touring Car Championship, on Sunday (3rd April). The Speedworks Motorsports Toyota Avensis of Tom Ingram was the only car to dip below 47 seconds in qualifying at Brands Hatch, the 22-year-old driver setting an early quickest time in a session hat was then slowed by a light drizzle of rain. Th...

Prius Plug-in gets efficiency boost

Toyota’s second-generation plug-in hybrid Prius, unveiled at the New York International Auto Show, promises significant improvements in electric performance over its predecessor. The new car has a quoted EV-only driving range of up to 31 miles, twice that of the Mk1 version, with maximum speeds of up to 84mph in EV mode. The full battery charge time has been cut significantly to two hours 20 minut...

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